Entertaining them is one way of doing that. However, when you've got players like Alexis Sanchez and Paul Pogba going chasing after the ball and showing a lack of positional discipline, it is hard for him to make the team play in such a structured way.
Over the two legs, Mauricio Pochettino's men were the far superior side and were hugely unlucky to not have gone through, but European knock-out football comes down to fine margins and Juventus' experience and quality shone through when they most needed it.
Garcia admits he's excited by Liverpool's free-scoring strikers.
The draw for the last eight will take place on March 16.
He has scored 22 times in 40 outings this season for the Champions League quarter-finalists, adding 13 assists into the bargain, having finished last season with 12 overall.
"The worrying thing at the start of the season was allowing too much danger to the goalkeeper and conceding too many goals".
Liverpool have also enjoyed a fine Champions League campaign all round and have been rewarded with a quarter-final appearance for the first-time since 2009, in which Firmino admitted he would like to play an English side.
However, that was one of few moments that got the home fans off their feet as Liverpool settled on their substantial lead. Just after four minutes, Croatian defender Lovren made a head but that was missed as well and so, the supporters of the Reds getting disappointed. But better late than never, Liverpool have finally found a front three capable of running havoc on the best defences across the world.